A new video by terror group ISIS shows children that appear to have been trained at its jihadist camps leading out eight Syrian men to their execution and handing out the knives used by the militants to carry out the beheadings.
The video was spread through social media accounts, and according to The Daily Mail captures the beheadings of the eight Syrians in the central province of Homa, all believed to be Shiite Muslims.
The footage shows the men, wearing orange jumpsuits, being led out blindfolded and with hands bound behind their backs by teenage boys who hand the men over to the masked jihadists. more >>
Earlier this year, Griffin, Georgia police officers began wearing body cameras at all times. In this feature you get to see the heroic actions of one officer, and since then has been receiving national attention.
Sergeant Jo Hudson, from the Griffin Police Department, was a first responder to the scene at a residence where a kitchen fire was reported. When he arrived, a woman had told the officer that a 3-year-old was still in the home. Without hesitation, this officer charged into the building to find this young boy named Ray. This video tells the story about how difficult it was finding him. The firefighters arrived on scene just as Hudson brought the young boy out in his arms.
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You won't believe your eyes when you see what this baby can do. At just 14 weeks, this baby is already clapping its hands along to a song … and it is amazing!
It's incredible to see a baby and what's it is up to during an ultrasound. But, as they looked closely, they realized this baby was having a great time when the parents began to sing. "If you're happy and you know it clap your hands!" What happens in this video is too cute for words, an amazing video that is a must see!
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A Christian fellowship student group is no longer being recognized at California State University, Stanislaus because its requirement that student leaders be Christian is considered discriminatory and a violation of a statewide non-discrimination order.
The University System of California is no longer recognizing Cal State Stanislaus' chapter of the Christian student organization Chi Alpha, which under the name of Stanislaus Christian Fellowship has been a part of the campus for over 40 years.
The group was deactivated after the school discovered that the group's constitution required students to hold a Christian faith in order to be placed into leadership positions, which is in direct violation of a state university system executive order of non-discrimination. more >>
Nearly 1,000 youth sent to a religious camp found themselves going through exorcisms at the hands of a local priest in Gryfice, Poland.
They were originally attending the camp to help them "explore God and devote themselves to spiritual renewal through prayer," the Daily Mail reported.
However, they found themselves undergoing exorcism with priest Tomas Wieczorek. The exorcisms came as a surprise to the youth as well as their parents, who believed they were just attending a typical religious camp. According to the Metropolitan Police, there has been an increase in the performance of exorcisms on youth in Britain and throughout Europe. more >>
Rapper and pastor Trip Lee believes music has the power to unite people from different cultures and races within the church, but adds that Christian unity must be biblical and reflect the kingdom of God because it's about more than bringing different races under one roof for two hours on a Sunday morning.
"Music has a way of uniting people, [but] our end goal is not just getting black and white in the same building; Jay Z can do that," Lee quipped, adding that the type of unity the church should be striving for "can only be achieved through the Lord Jesus Christ."
Speaking at the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's Leadership Summit in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday as part of a segment titled "Rise: Calling the Next Generation to Racial Reconciliation, Lee, who serves as a pastoral assistant at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C. where he uses the name Trip Barefield, focused his talk on the millennial generation and how music brings different ethnicities together. more >>